Miami's Ten Best Burritos: Hot Dogs, Skinny Ones, Tofu Ones, Even Tongue

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Although the burrito was invented in Mexico as a portable street food, it is really only popular in the northern part of the country -- which may explain its migration to the United States.

Though it has a large Latino influence, Miami's not the biggest burrito town. That doesn't mean you can't find one, just that you have to work a little harder. Here are ten of our favorites:









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10. The Burrito Dog at Dogma Grill
Though completely non-traditional, the burrito dog is one indulgent delicious hot mess. Two grilled dogs are topped with chili, bacon, chopped onions, sour cream, cheese, and yellow mustard, before being blanketed in a gigantic flour burrito -- then grilled again to merge the ingredients together. Salty, hot, creamy -- it's a guilty pleasure that tastes like summer ($5.95).

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9. The Wet Burrito at Taco Rico
Situated near UM, Taco Rico provides the kind of food college kids need - burritos in portions large enough to either share or that can provide two meals on a student budget. But Taco Rico also gets it right with tasty burritos, filled with chunks of grilled chicken pork, ground beef ($6.95), or steak ($7.70). Order it wet to have your burrito doused with enchilada sauce and melted cheese.


Location Info

Mr. Taco

6974 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

La Camaronera Fish Market

1952 W. Flagler St., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

Salsa Fiesta Urban Mexican Grill

2929 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

Lost & Found Saloon

185 NW 36th St., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

Lime Fresh Mexican Grill

1439 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

Taco Rico Tex Mex Cafe

473 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, FL

Category: Restaurant

Dogma Grill

7030 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL

Category: Restaurant

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11 comments
quinterosroger
quinterosroger

Cant believe you missed the burritos from "Los Magueyes" Bird rd and 98th!

PhillipP
PhillipP

Great list, going to try them all.

Yak
Yak

 Had the chicken burrito at Mr. Taco. Delicious.

Angrybeaner
Angrybeaner

Are you guys serious ?! This list is garbage, there are people with no taste buds that could compile a better list! You have a list of the top Mexican/taco places in Miami that all offer better eats than this slop! I really hope you think about the disservice you have done the burrito eating community!

dude...
dude...

also, angry beaner, im not sure i see you listing any alternatives....oh wait, i am sure. 

Laine Doss
Laine Doss

 Many of the best Mexican restaurant/taco shops in Miami actually don't serve burritos.  Plus, we've chosen the best burritos on this list -- not the best burrito restaurants.

Ashwin Philips
Ashwin Philips

You guys totally missed out on the BEST burrito I have -EVER- had... and it's right here in Miami Beach!  Alma Mexicana's smothered green burrito al pastor is ridiculously good.  No top ten list can be accurate without Alma's Burrito! 

RTT
RTT

Crazy Mexican Taco Bar.  Best burritos on the beach.  If they served lengua, it would be even better.

Chris
Chris

You guys can't call these burrito's....I'm from Denver I know good burritos. Burrito's with green chile are real burritos (to me). The closest I have found to that is Alma's. If anyone knows of another good smothered burrito place plese let me know :)

dude...
dude...

if denvers so much better then gtfo bro. ive had all of these burritos. they're all delicious when i have the munchies. NOTICE that these are the top ten burritos in miami, not some place where green chile is the most exotic ingredient in the whole city. you guys got seafood burritos over there?

Chris
Chris

Yes they do have seafood dumbass. Miami is not known for it's Mexican food that a fact. Maybe you should get out of FL once in a while. And yes anything tastes good when you have the "munchies". Get some taste buds. 

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